Like the Peepal tree which takes root and dismantles existing structures, we subvert the cultural status-quo to foster compassion and good work.
We are humans helping animals.
Who we are
We are a group of people with one goal; doing good work. It's our understanding that physical pain is objectively bad. So for us, helping alleviate physical pain is an objective good, especially for those who can't help themselves.
Our farm is the home we have built in Himalayan Foothills to accommodate recovering injured stray animals, people who want to do good work, and an organic garden to provide a little bit for for all of us.
We believe that every action for survival has a suffering footprint, especially any act of consumption. So, we believe in mindful consumption and making our survival purposeful by doing good work, which for us is alleviating physical pain.
To alleviate animal suffering and eradicate the human behaviors that cause it.
Ultimately, the yardstick for gauging our impact is number of animals helped. To continually increase that impact, we could either try to build something scalable, or build something which can involve and inspire others to do good work.
A space for stray animals to heal & be heard, and for people who want to be part of that change, based near Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, India.